Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Try It Tuesday~re-purposed window frame!

Hi !!!!!!
I'm so happy to be sharing this project with you today.. It has been on the back burner for weeks~
I found this window frame at my back door  few months ago.  My niece had shared a  "junker find" with me :)
I left the paint alone and just cleaned it up.  The caulking was cracked and falling off the 
 window~kinda made a mess, but love how it all came together. 

It is decorated very simple~I like a more primitive style.  It has two strings of jute across the center,
 to hang the photo's or cards from. Even kid art would look great on this.

The embellishments are by Maya Road, Prima and Tim Holtz.  The back board is cardboard covered in Kraft paper.  I didn't have enough burlap (my first choice) to cover the back board so ended up going with the Kraft paper.
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and I got to meet Evie E. A crafty, blogger, JBS fan in August.   She came to my area (Texas) and we meet at Craft Crossing~
Love to meet people that I'm friends with online :):) She is the sweetest person:):)
Thanks Evie :)


Thanks for stopping by~
Still waiting for our new bundle #6 :)
Hope it won't be much longer (waiting is hard)


15 comments:

  1. I love this, Connie! You are so creative! When is grandbaby 6 due?
    Liz

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  2. That is a great idea and nicely done ! TFS !

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  3. Love love love love what you did with that window frame!! WOW WOW WOW! It is PERFECTION!! And how fun to meet an online buddy?!?!? :)

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  4. I love your window art. I saw some turn an old window into an incredible piece of art about 10 years ago which sold me on working with windows. One sits in my granddaughter's bedroom. Wonderful inspiration, Connie.

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  5. Connie, you are blessed with such talent. If I did that it would just look like an old window! I'm so glad you are my friend!

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  6. Beautiful!! I have one of those hanging in my entryway. No photos but decorated. Love it.

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  7. Beautifully done, Connie! I recently hung two four-pane windows in my bedroom and I'm working on putting the finishing touches on.

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  8. Connie I love what you did with this window!! So pretty!!! It was so great to meet you, you are awesomeness!!!!!! :) Evie

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  9. love what you did with that window.. such a fun idea.. of course.. and great picture

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  10. This is completely awesome! Great off the page project!!!

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  11. What a great idea, Connie - love the way you're showing those pics!

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